We hope you have a wonderful time in Central London and enjoy staying at our family home.
One of the 1st townhouses in Central London, sitting in a rare cobbled street. This homely two bed property is a true rarity for such a central location, being only minutes away from Oxford Street & walking distance to all the major tourist attractions. The local area is famous for its restaurants & has the greatest transport links.
Fully equipped kitchen, relax in the cosy living/dining room and for bedtime, you have a choice of 2 bedrooms with double beds prepared with hotel quality linen.
Here is a little history of our house. It was built around 1730 and was one of the first Townhouses in the United Kingdom, based on the first one which is
This is one of the most convenient central London locations you can imagine, set in the fashionable district of Fitzrovia, where you can dine at some of the finest restaurants in Central London or sip cocktails in some of the quirkiest cocktail bars.
Fitzrovia was a notable artistic and bohemian centre from a period dating roughly from the mid-1920s until the present day. We have over 40 independent galleries within the area. This historical area was once the home to such writers as Charles Dickens, George Bernard Shaw and Virginia Woolf.
The Sunday Times named the district as the best place to live in London.
Fitzrovia is a great Central London location and as easy transport access is important to us all, we are extremely conveniently located:
Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Street and Warren Street
► Train stations
Close to Euston, St Pancress, King's Cross Thames Link and King's Cross Stations. 12 minutes tube to Waterloo.
major bus routes leading all across London
► Private hire
Black cabs and Uber are abundant
Food and Drink
As Virginia Woolf once said: “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well”, once you step out of the door of the apartment - food is not issue, as there are some of the best restaurants in London on Charlotte Street, but we also have the usual pizza, street food and artisan sandwich/coffee bars.
Oh my you can really get lost in clothes shopping in my area. A few minutes away, you can be in Oxford Street – a mile long street full of fashion shops, housing the likes of Selfridges and John Lewis. Leading of Oxford Street you have Bond Street, Regents Street and Carnaby Street; you can truly indulge in full on shopping experience.
“We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” George Bernard Shaw
Trafalgar Square – 15 minutes walk
Carnaby Street – 10 minutes walk
British Museum – 10 minutes walk
Oxford Street – 5 minutes walk
Covent Garden – 15 minutes walk
Buckingham Palace 30 minutes walk
China Town – 13 minutes walk
Regents Park – 14 minutes walk
Madame Tussauds – 20 minutes walk
Marylebone High Street – 15 minutes walk
South Bank (River Thames) - 28 minutes walkGet the full listing »